Based in Santa Monica, California,
the William H. Hannon Foundation was founded in 1983 by the late
Catholic philanthropist and real estate developer William H. Hannon.
Following his service in World War II, Mr. Hannon returned to
Los Angeles to develop residential communities and commercial
shopping centers across Southern California. Today, the Foundation
carries on Mr. Hannon's goals of supporting Catholic churches
and schools, as well as hospitals and social service organizations
that are focused on improving the lives of people in communities
Mr. Hannon helped build.
The Association of Catholic Student Councils (TACSC) Celebrates 30 Years
Los Angeles, CA (October, 2012): TACSC celebrated its 30th anniversary with a Gala Dinner and honored the William H. Hannon Foundation with its Founders Award.
Local Academic Institutions Continue to Receive Foundation Support
November, 2012: Student scholarships and a religious advisor position continue at Marymount High School, Mount St. Mary's College and Occidental College.
The Gathering Place Bereavement Center
Santa Monica, CA (November, 2012): The Gathering Place has received funding to continue its Bereavement Center for families.